Tag Archives: Killian Scott

Cinema Review – The Commuter

After he loses his job, Michael McCauley (Liam Neeson) has a couple of drinks with a former work colleague, then takes the train home. When he gets on the train, however, his peaceful commute is turned upside down, when he meets a mysterious woman who insists that he find a mystery person on the train.
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Macau Film Festival (IFFAM) Review – Trespass Against Us

Chad Culter (Michael Fassbender) and his family live on a halting site with Chad’s father Colby (Brendan Gleeson) and other members of the extended family. Inherently drawn towards crime, and standing up to those that would “trespass against us”, Chad finally sees that an environment where the police are constantly on their tails is not one that he wants to subject his young children to any more. After one final job for the domineering patriarch of the family, Chad sets about getting away from his father, but soon realises that this is not as easy as it looks. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Get Up and Go

When he learns his girlfriend is pregnant, Alex (Peter Coonan) realises its time to accelerate his plan to move to London. Roping his best friend Coilin (Killian Scott) in to help him gather the money, Alex hits up all of his friends in the pursuit of ferry fare. Coilin is dealing with his own issues, however; the love of his life doesn’t seem to feel the same, which conflicts with his joy at finally landing a gig as a stand up comedian. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – ‘71

Deployed to Northern Ireland at the start of the Troubles, Gary Hook (Jack O’Connell) finds himself lost and wounded on the streets of Belfast, when a riot separates him from the rest of his unit. Continue reading

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